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I have taken a backup of a directory on my tape in using below command
find * -print|backup -ivf '/dev/rmt0' '-U' |tee -a /syslogs/backup.log and output appear in below format.
a 0 rman-before-08032014
a 58403323904... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: m_raheelahmed
2. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
I recently deleted my /etc but I had a backup on tape. I was able to boot the server with a cd-rom and mounted the /c1t0d0s0 which is where the root directory resides. However when I tried to restore the backup with tar xvf /dev/rmt/0n I wasn't successful even though I was able to use the tar... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rahmantanko
Hope someone can help me here...
I've got to restore an E450 with 300MHz cpus which was running Solaris 2.6 from tape. Regrettably the boot drive has failed.
I've access to the first release of Solaris 2.6 CD's and to a set of Solaris 9 CD's.
I remember that different E450 CPUs needed different... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: pamplemousse
I have a T2000 server that is JumpStarted with Solaris 10 from the JumpStart server. Host name and IP address is changed after that. Then we backup the server using FLAR to tape:
root.damas# date; flarcreate -c -t -n "Sol10_cairo_image" -a "email@example.com" -R / /dev/rmt/0n ;... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: StarSol
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I have an old Unix system used by a client as a backup server.I installed an Exabyte tape drive and on restarting the server and during POSTs, the system recognizes the tape drive with its scsi id. On running the command devstat -IAF, the system sees the tape drive quite well.
When... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ezleone
I have a tape with some information that I got
to restore, the tape was made with the fbackup
command in a hp box.
My question is that I have to restore in a Ibm
box, how can I do this ?
Thanks in advance (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: lo-lp-kl
I am trying to do a restore on a backup tape (DDS2) and am having a little trouble. For one, I dont know how the tape was made, whether is was tar, cpio, dump..etc. Anyone know how to restore a tape without knowing the format of the backup? (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: bake255
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I have been restoring from tape some old data. I have done quite a few tapes and have had no problems until now.
The command I am running is "dd if=/dev/rmt/1hbn bs=1024 | tar -pBxF - ".
This is the second tape have have come up with the error "Not enough space". This tape has a couple of... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: mtoombs
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Hi. I have been having problems with restoring from a tape backup. I use the following cpio command:
find / -print | cpio -ouvB > /dev/rStp0
After running this cpio command, the screen will display all files, but when I try to read or restore the tape I get the following error:
Tape input... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: cstovall